Stopped for coffee and breakfast in White River this morning and met a very interesting gentleman. Jack was an airline pilot for over 40 years and has retired to White River. He recognized my ham plates and wanted to know how he can get his license. A big package will be mailed off to Jack with study material soon.
Of course White River is a pretty famous town in Canadian history. It was here that in 1914 Captain Harry Colebourn stepped off his troop train as it stopped for coal, and purchased an orphaned bear cub........and that bear came to be known as Winnie the Pooh.
The drive today was through miles and miles of rolling hills covered with forest.
There are very few 2m repeaters on the north shore of Lake Superior and as usual no contacts were made today on the radio.
Tomorrow I'm heading to Petawawa to meet up with some people, should be an interesting day.